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Thank you for your prayers and support this week. We made it through the gauntlet and are stronger for it.

Wanted to share a few quick updates. First, on Monday night we released a new collection of Georgia related documents on Open.Ink. You can check it out here.

Included among the hundreds of documents is a video that shares the story of True the Vote’s experiences in Georgia. This is a story you have not heard and one I regret having to tell. So many bad things have happened to good people - all to coverup the truth of the 2020 election scandal. Here’s the video.

Open.ink will be the storehouse of all our data and research in the days ahead. We had to build a platform we could trust, that wouldn’t be hacked, exploited, or taken offline. And there’s much more to come.

We also had an important hearing on Thursday in one of our lawsuits, Mark Andrews v. True the Vote et al. It was a hearing to debate our Motion for Dismissal. The Federal courthouse was in Atlanta, Georgia, just a few blocks away from the Fulton County jail spectacle. And we’ll be back again soon in the Fair Fight v True the Vote lawsuit, where we’ve been accused of violating what’s referred to as the “KKK Act”. For what? For helping Georgia voters submit ineligible voter records to their county election administrators.

It may seem surreal as you read what I write, but for us it’s real life. And it will make us stronger.

Though the swirl of lawsuits and hyper-political drama are ever present, I remain encouraged by the increasing numbers of Americans who are seeing beyond the uniparty and choosing instead to stand up for truth, justice, community, faith, freedom - for the heart of America.

We will never quit. Stay strong.

Ever onward-

P.S. Purpose can be found in anything we endure. Our battle is not against flesh and blood. But even when we are on the battlefield — this, too — is a place where we receive blessing. James offers the comforting truth that blessed “is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to those who love Him.” (James 1:12)